On Friday, Erik and I took off work and went to a new, famous dim sum restaurant. Tim Ho Wan is owned and run by the former dim sum chef of the three-Michelin starred restaurant at the Four Seasons. Since it opened, this place is always packed with long waits. Supposedly, the wait can be as long as two hours on the weekends. It is a small (only 30 seats) hole-in-the-wall restaurant in the local area of Mong Kok. Fortunately, we arrived before it opened and got a seat right away. The food was fabulous, and we were stuffed. We paid only HK$128 (~US$16) and we couldn’t finish all we ordered. I can’t wait to go back.